The New DS9 Is The Most Luxurious French Sedan

When we talk about luxury cars the first thing that comes to mind is the British luxury car manufacturer Rolls-Royce Motors and the “palaces on wheels” it produces. But today we will introduce the new DS9 which is the most luxurious French-made sedan.

Before talking about this new car, we would like to remind you that the DS Automobile is a subsidiary of the PSA group that owns the French company Peugeot and Citroen. DS was a sub-brand of Citroen before it has become separate car brand in 2015 (2012 in the Chinese market)

And today we will talk about this new French luxury sedan DS9 – which was officially unveiled online.

A collection of photos of the most luxurious French sedan:

According to the information available to us, the new DS9 shares many of its mechanical parts with its cousin Peugeot 508 L. However, the new car has DS cars identity in terms of exterior design, as seen in the sharp lines, emblems, the roof, and the chrome accents.

DS 9 launches a new interior too, as explained by DS design boss, Thierry Metroz.:”This is a desire to assert a vertical architecture which is both an expression of stature and elegance. The verticality accentuates the perception of width. The low seating and roofline strengthen the impression of the horizontal. This is accompanied by the elaborate positioning of lighting which scrolls from the doors towards the dashboard with eight different color shades”

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 External dimensions of this vehicle:

  • Length: 4,933 mm.
  • Width: 1,855 mm.
  • Height: 1,468 mm.
  • Wheelbase: 2,895 mm.

Mechanic Specification of the 2021 DS9:

The 2021 DS9 is offered with a new E-TENSE plug-in hybrid powertrain, featuring a PureTech turbocharged petrol unit working alongside an electric motor for a total of 225 HP. The car comes with an 8-speed automatic gearbox, and this car can travel a distance ranging from 40 to 50 km on battery power alone

The vehicle will later be available with two other power units: one with 250-horsepower, two-wheel drive, and another with350-horsepower and four-wheel drive.


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